Google to Reach New OS with Developers Using Chrome OS: Company Announces ChromeOS.dev Online Platform, which brings together a range of resources, tools, and best practices for developers, product managers, and business leaders
ChromeOS.dev provides the latest system news, announcements, technical documentation, and code samples for a number of popular applications. With this solution, Google is primarily targeted at developers working on Android, web and Linux platforms – and it is also available in PWA format, so it can be used offline.
for example, the Linux Terminal, currently on beta, available on the system, with tabs, support for familiar keyboard shortcuts, more transparent settings, and custom display themes.
The system also runs the full version of Andorid Emulator – at least on supported Chromebooks, making it easier to test applications. It can also be of great help to developers to be able to deploy apps directly to their Chromebooks on Chrome OS M81 and later, eliminating the need to switch to developer mode or connect other devices to the notebook via USB.
The company has seen a significant jump in Chromebook sales in recent months, with 127 percent more devices found in the U.S. from March to June this year than a year earlier – while total notebook sales rose “only” 40 percent year-over-year. For more platform updates, visit ChomeOS.dev
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